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Money Matters: It’s Just Money

Between writing money-related articles, teaching Financial Fitness classes to adults and teenagers and counseling homeowners in danger of foreclosure, sometimes I get tired of money! Beyond all of these venues, to really be honest, I get tired of all of the things in my own life that are constantly posturing for my attention in the form of money (house repairs, cars, vacations—yes, we did just take a vacation…but I’m ready for a vacation!).… Read the rest

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Money Matters: Going on Vacation

We’ve been talking about succeeding with money in a household setting over the last several weeks. Two necessary ingredients for financial success that we have already talked about are regular, consistent savings and some form of budgeting (I am far from a stickler as to what form this takes – as long as it is working – be honest).… Read the rest

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Money Matters: The “B” Word

In our discussion last week, we talked about making savings a priority on a monthly basis. Developing a habit of consistent savings is the biggest key to ongoing financial success (remember my definition for success is not having to think so much about money).… Read the rest

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